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High School Roundup

Seahawks dump Laguna Beach, 9-1, in baseball. Edison seeks new baseball coach after Lambright's resignation.

July 10, 2013|By Mike Sciacca
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Ocean View High parlayed strong pitching with a lively offense Monday to pick up another victory in its summer prep baseball season.

The Seahawks took the lead for good on Laguna Beach in the third inning and went on to take a 9-1 game from the visiting Breakers. The win put the Seahawks at 4-3 overall.

"I'm really happy how we have been pitching," Ocean View Coach Shane Borowski. "It's keeping us in every game and helping us be competitive. We are getting a lot of strikes, the defense is alert because of it, and we are making plays. The hitting comes and goes, and we need to execute better offensively, but our pitching and defense has been a plus so far this summer."

Steven Cotton, who will be a junior in the fall, allowed one unearned run in two innings pitched. Dustin Fisher, a senior, struck out one in an inning's work. Also taking turns on the mound were sophomore Braydon Salzman (two strikeouts), senior Ramon Sepulveda (four strikeouts) and junior Jett Volo (one strikeout).


Two key hits put Ocean View in the lead. Mikey Giacone hit an RBI single with two out in the third to put the Seahawks in front to stay. An RBI sacrifice by junior Gabe Ledezma preceded Giacone's hit and had tied the score.

With two out in the fifth, sophomore Ben Myers broke the game open with a bases-loaded double that brought in two more runs.

In other summer baseball news:

Edison: The school is looking to fill the varsity baseball head coaching position following Steve Lambright's resignation last week. For information on the coaching position, contact Edison Athletic Director Rich Boyce at, and at (714) 962-1356, ext. 4275.

Fountain Valley: The Barons ran their American Legion summer league record to 7-0 by defeating San Juan Hills, 8-3, Wednesday.

The program is hosting its first Baron Baseball Golf Tournament on Nov. 25 at SeaCliff Country Club. The cost per participant is $175. All proceeds will benefit the Barons baseball program.

Marina: Jake Maisono went two for three with a double and Steve Gingery threw two shutout innings, and the Vikings scored an 8-1 victory Monday over visiting Dana Hills in American Legion league play.

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Edison: The Chargers went 3-1 and reached the finals of the George Yardley Tournament, which started Friday and wrapped Sunday at Newport Harbor High. They posted wins against San Clemente, Santa Margarita and Mission Viejo, and lost to El Toro in the final.

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